Kashmala Tariq faces a setback from Supreme Court
LAHORE - Former MNA Kashmala Tariq gets a blow from Supreme Court of Pakistan as Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar on Saturday rejected her application.
Kashmala Tariq had filed an applications against rustication of his son from Aitchison College.
SC has asked her to approach available remedy in the law first.
She told the chief justice that her son was the only one among 12 boys who had a fight on campus who had been rusticated. She claimed that her son was subjected to victimisation as he was one of the best swimmers of the college and earned international awards. She sought an order for an independent inquiry into the matter.
Chief Justice Nisar observed that he could take up the matter as a human right case as violation of fundamental rights had not been found in it. He said there was a remedy of writ jurisdiction of high court under Article 199 of the Constitution available to her to challenge the college’s act.